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Africa primed for major drone revolution 

Players in the tech industry in Africa are preparing for a projected massive revolution in the Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). During the recently held Elevate Africa UAS Summit 2024, participants acknowledged Africa’s potential to tap into the Sh5 trillion industry to support health, agriculture and logistics sectors. The summit, which …

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Rescue Drones: Technological Revolution | Emergency Live

The development of drone technologies has brought about a change in search and rescue operations. Devices have been equipped with advanced technologies: expanding thermal cameras with artificial intelligence. This is greatly increasing the efficiency and effectiveness of rescue missions. Today’s article shows how drones are revolutionizing the scene of search …

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UK Health revolution: Flying drones to deliver life-saving m…

The Future Flight Challenge is a £300million UK Research & Innovation (UKRI) initiative jointly funded by Government and industry to ramp up Britain’s aviation industry. Set up by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy to “drive industry change in important areas”, it involves investing in medical drone projects …

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The Future Is Coming: The Technology Revolution Of The Roari…

In my August 12 newsletter, I discussed the technological innovations that drove the prosperity of the 1920s. Then I discussed the ones that are likely to do the same during the current decade: “The awesome range of futuristic ‘BRAIN’ technological innovations includes biotechnology, robotics and automation, artificial intelligence, and nanotechnology. …

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BIMSTEC and the fourth industrial revolution: The role of te…

After a hiatus of almost two decades, the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) appears poised to once again assume significance in regional affairs. The renewed vigour has already resulted in a fresh agreement on tangible areas of cooperation and ways of resuscitating the organisation. …

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